Winter Blast Festival Moves To January To Coincide With Detroit Auto ShowThe all-new, redesigned Meridian Winter Slide will be one of the main focal points of this year’s festival, taking thrill-seekers to the next level of adventure.
Detroit Winter Blast To Raise Funds For Flint Water CrisisThe goal is to raise more than $75,000.
Skating, Food, And Zip Line During February Winter Blast In DetroitWinter in Detroit will come alive once again at the Meridian Winter Blast February 12 -14 at Campus Martius Park in Downtown Detroit.
Winter Blast Reaches New Heights In Detroit (Video)The Meridian Winter Blast opened Friday for three days of winter events, food and music at Campus Martius in downtown Detroit.
'Winter Blast' Returns To Downtown's Campus MartiusThere will be free snowshoeing, an ice garden, dogsled demonstrations, heated tents, an outdoor carnival, skating exhibitions and live music.
Winter Blast Celebrates Its 10th AnniversaryThe Meridian Winter Blast is set to kickoff this weekend in Downtown Detroit and organizers hope to provide some relief from the winter blues and cabin fever.
Detroit Winter Blast Returns With New Title SponsorDowntown Detroit's annual winter festival will return in 2014, with a new name.
Family Guide to 2013 Motown Winter BlastWinter Blast returns to Detroit in 2013 for its eighth year. Head downtown for the annual celebration of all things winter and all things Detroit.
Hot Bands, Cool Activities At 9th Winter BlastThe full line up of festivities includes snow shoeing, dog sledding, marshmallow roasting, and more.
Weekend Of Fun At Motown Winter BlastThe 8th Annual Motown Winter Blast is already underway and many are making it into Downtown Detroit to enjoy the fun.
Frosty Outdoor Fun At Detroit's Motown Winter BlastThe cold weather will be no match for the awesome energy outside, as people will be bundling up and making their way to the Motown Winter Blast, which returns to Campus Martius Park
Motown Winter Blast Continues To Draw CrowdsAttendance is already up at Motown Winter Blast this year by about 30 percent. That's according to producer Jon Witz who says they've had about 60,000 people come through the event so far.